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'''Albert Harrison Hoyt''' (1826–1915) was an United States|American editor and author, born in Sandwich, New Hampshire|Sandwich, New Hampshire. He graduated from Wesleyan University in 1850, studied and practiced law in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, was a paymaster in the army during the American Civil War|Civil War, rising to the rank of lieutenant-colonel. After the peace he was editor of the ''New England Historical and Genealogical Register'' (1868–76) and of ''Memorial Biographies'', volume iv (1885). He was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society in 1875.[http://www.americanantiquarian.org/memberlisth American Antiquarian Society Members Directory] Some of the works authored by Hoyt include: * ''Necrology of the New England Colleges'' (1869–70) * ''Captain Francis Goelet's Visit to Boston, etc., in 1745-50'' (1870) * ''Letters of William Pepperrell|Sir William Pepperell, Bart.''...
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